Hat for the Homeless gets good community response

Monday, October 22, 2012

Hats for the homeless created by
local knitters

By Sis Polin

What do I love about this?  The positive response that I have received from a community that I have loved for almost 50 years.

I don’t know the faces of most of the knitters, but their emails say a lot – they tell me how happy  they are to be a part of this; people like Barbara Groerger who has knitted approximately 100 hats and is still knitting, the staff at the Northwest School for Hearing Impaired Children who are dropping off hats at the City of Shoreline bin and still knitting away, the Thursday Haggen knitters and a long list I have of many more. I’ll publish the final tally at Thanksgiving.

Thank you all for keeping a homeless person warm.

(See original article - new knitters are always welcome)


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